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[audio]Panel called Voice and Character July 1, 2003 - Ducornet, Rikki; Ellsworth, Michelle; Field, Thalia; Fleisher, Kass; Pate, Alexs
Rikki Ducornet chairs a panel on Voice and Chararcter delivered July 1st, 2003, at Naropa University. Panelists include, Kass Fleisher on the political structures of the sentence and creating a paralell structures in prose to overcome the traditional structures of prose; Michelle Ellsworth discusses the voice as character in performance; Alexs Pate discusses how in his work he seeks to appropriate the traditional structers of prose to create a new space; and Thalia Field discusses the uses of vo...
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[audio]Panel discussing personal identity vs. narrative identity June 2004 - Brown, Rebecca; Delany, Samuel R.; Evenson, Brian; Kapil Rider, Bhanu
A Panel recorded June 22, 2004 during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University, on Narrative and Identity, Brian Evenson, Chair. Panelists are Samuel R. "Chip" Delaney, Rebecca Brown, and Bhanu Kapil. Topics cover personal identity vs. narrative identity, writing from the other, experimental narrative and experimental identity, structure and identity, code and catagory in identity, stable and unstable identities and narrative...
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[audio]Panel discussion on visual arts and perfection, July, 2001. - Aebi, Irene; Elmslie, Kenward; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Lacy, Steve; Owen, Maureen; Patton, Julie; Regan, Max; Taylor, Steven; To
Panel discussion on the visual arts and perfection including the vision between amateurs and professionals, poetry and prose happening anywhere, black prayer meetings and improvising with words, and keeping the world safe for poetry.
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[audio]Panel discussion, "Translation: I is an Other" - Hejinian, Lyn; Hollo, Anselm; Schelling, Andrew
Panel on translation, with Andrew Schelling, Anselm Hollo, Lynn Hejinian, and Benjamin Friedlander. Topics discussed include the relationship to translation of identity, trade, imperialism and colonialism. Keywords: translation, protest poetry, society and literature
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[audio]Panel on counter-poetics and opposition, July, 1992. - Baraka, Amiri; Ginsberg, Allen; Kyger, Joanne; Waldman, Anne; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a panel on counter-poetics and opposition with Anne Waldman, Joanne Kyger, Amiri Baraka, Allen Ginsberg, and Peter Lamborn Wilson. Waldman begins by reading an excerpt from Columbus's journal describing how easy it will be to exploit the people of the Americas. She proposes a program for incorporating political activism into poetics. The panelists make individual statements about counter-poetics and move to more open discussion...
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[audio]Panel on counter-poetics and opposition, July, 1992. - Baraka, Amiri; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
Second half of a panel on counter-poetics and opposition with Anne Waldman, Joanne Kyger, Amiri Baraka, Allen Ginsberg, and Peter Lamborn Wilson. Waldman begins by reading an excerpt from Columbus's journal describing how easy it will be to exploit the people of the Americas. She proposes a program for incorporating political activism into poetics. The panelists make individual statements about counter-poetics and move to more open discussion...
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[audio]Panel on poetry and ethics part 1 June 2004 - Henderson, David; Mullen, Harryette; Waldman, Anne; Zamora, Daisy
The opening panel of the Summer Writing Program at Naropa University recorded June 7, 2004. The topic of the panel is Po/Ethics, poetry and ethics. This panel is chaired by Anne Waldman who gives opening remarks on paying attention in our times. The panel features, Jack Collom on Ethics as a practice contrary to nature and the contrast of ethics and morality; Harryette Mullen on the negotiation between the stuggel to be a good human being versus the struggle to be a good artist and the curage to...
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[audio]Panel on poetry and ethics part 2 June 2004 - Collom, Jack; Henderson, David; Waldman, Anne; Zamora, Daisy
Continued from 04P015 this panel of PoEthics, recorded June 7, 2004 during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa, is mostly a question and answer period. Topics covered include, Poets Against the War, poetry in capitolism, the state of American values, and motivation to keep writing. This is part 2 of 2.
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[audio]Panel on the problems of prose translation, June, 2001. - Delany, Samuel R.; Yamashita, Karen Tei; Zivancevic, Nina
Second half of a panel focusing on problems associated with the translation of prose, both within one's own language and from or to other languages. Samuel R. Delany says translation is always a matter of paraphrase and of negotiating language and communication. Nina Zivancevic discusses the impossibility of translating some words and therefore, some literature. Karen Tei Yamashita discusses the diaspora of language and memory...
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[audio]Panel on the problems of prose translation, June, 2001. - Delany, Samuel R.; Yamashita, Karen Tei; Zivancevic, Nina
First half of a panel focusing on problems associated with the translation of prose, both within one's own language and from or to other languages. Samuel R. Delany says translation is always a matter of paraphrase and of negotiating language and communication. Nina Zivancevic discusses the impossibility of translating some words and therefore, some literature. Karen Tei Yamashita discusses the diaspora of language and memory...
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[audio]Panel with Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Renee Gladman, Laird Hunt and Bhanu Kapil Rider. - Gladman, Renee; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Hunt, Laird; Kapil Rider, Bhanu
A panel with Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Bhanu Kapil Rider, Renee Gladman, Laird Hunt, and members of the audience in a wide ranging discussion of writing fiction across cultures, personally and within narratives; how that fiction can be received; objectivity; and our currently multimedia-ed, overpopulated world.
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[audio]Performance July 1984 - Baraka, Amiri; Ginsberg, Allen; Orlovsky, Peter; Ortiz, Simon
Simon Ortiz reads from Fight Back and from Sand Creek. Peter Orlifsky plays a song on banjo, then monologues seeming improved. Diane Di Prima is wished a happy 50th birthday. Allen Ginsberg sings a few songs which are sound like earlier versions than found on Holy Soul Jelly Roll box set, and reads White Shroud. Amiri Baraka delivers a good performance with poems centered around African American history (wise) and Jazz.
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson and Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading, March, 1998. - Ferlinghetti, Lawrence; Taylor, Steven; Wilson, Peter Lamborn
A Peter Lamborn Wilson and Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading with Wilson discussing Harry Smith in a talk he calls, "Praying in darkness." Wilson also discusses Chinese shamanism. Ferlinghetti reads with musical accompaniment by Steven Taylor. They perform "The greedy blues" and "The breeding blues," followed by a series of poems. The reading ends with "Are there not still fireflies" and "Rivers of light."
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class on hermetic linguistics, July, 1989. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of a Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture on hermetic linguistics. Wilson discusses schools of thinking based on a mistrust of words, including Nietzsche's anti-linguistics, The Will to Power, and John Zerzan's Elements of Refusal. He looks at modernist and avant-garde poetry as an assault on language. Wilson also discusses mystical approaches to language, including the map of the cosmos with God-letters at the center, the function of the imagination, the ability of words to shatter concepts...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class, Utopian poetics, part 1, July, 1993. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of part 1, of a two-part class, by Peter Lamborn Wilson on utopian poetics. Wilson discusses "imaginal quanta," education, the role of the poet in utopia, the unity of the fulfillment of individual and group, the role of apocalypse in Western thought, and the role of abstract thought in the human transformation from foraging to agriculture.(Continued from 93P066)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class, Utopian poetics, part 1, July, 1993. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of part 1, of a two-part class, by Peter Lamborn Wilson on utopian poetics. Wilson contrasts the authoritarian utopian tradition, from Plato to urban planning, with the anti- or non-authoritarian utopian tradition, beginning in paleolithic hunter-gatherer societies. A discussion of paleolithic and neolithic societies follows, including the role of linear time, cruelty, and calendars. Wilson then discusses the artist in her/his shamanic role, surviving as the role of the bard in Irish ...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class, Utopian poetics, part 2, July, 1993. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of part 2, of a two-part class, by Peter Lamborn Wilson on utopian poetics. Students read assigned utopian poetic statements and discuss with Wilson points that arose in those statements. Topics covered include science fiction, scientific paradigms, and the notion of progress; Nietzsche's ubermensch and society of free spirits; Bardism vs. much of contemporary American poetry; cooptation of creativity into the spectacle and how to evade it; normative education in America; and the impo...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class, Utopian poetics, part 2, July, 1993. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of part 2, of a two-part class, by Peter Lamborn Wilson on utopian poetics. After discussing postmodernism and irony, a student reads an assignment--sparking a discussion of pornography, the commodification of sexuality, and the relative merits of censorship and book-burning. (Continued from 93P069)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson class. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
A class by Peter Lamborn Wilson including discussion on Hermetic linguistics, Nietzsche's anti-linguistics, The Will to Power, duality, mysticism, John Zerzan's "Elements of Refusal", modernism, avant garde, 17th century poetry, Arthur Rimbaud, Sufi ethnology and linguistics, poet vs. shamans, Plato's cave, and archetypes.
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, June, 1999. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a lecture by Peter Lamborn Wilson. Wilson plays a few music CDs followed followed by a discussion of William S. Burroughs's book The Western Lands, Marco Polo, Caliph of Cairo, Mongol raids, Arthur Rimbaud and other topics. (Continues on 99P052)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, June, 1999. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of a lecture by Peter Lamborn Wilson. This portion of the lecture is a question and answer session discussing topics such as cannabis culture, Native Americans and peyote use, and the Palestinian Liberation Front. (Continued from 99P053)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, Plowing the clouds, July, 1994. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
A Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture on the role of the poet in interpreting archaeology, anthropology, and human pre-history. He encourages poets to get involved in learning about these fields and taking on the task of interpreting the evidence, since scientists are reluctant to draw conclusions about the past. Wilson believes that we should move beyond interdisciplinary studies to what he calls "anti-categorization." During the course of the lecture he outlines some of his own ideas about the origin...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, Sacred drift: the art of Sufi travel, July, 1991. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of a Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture about the art of Sufi traveling. He continues his discussion on nomads followed by a brief talk about the travels of French poet Arthur Rimbaud. He ends the lecture discussing the future of travel. (Continued from 91P149)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, Sacred drift: the art of Sufi travel, July, 1991. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture about the art of Sufi traveling. He focuses on travel in the world of Islam, discussing the history of nomadic travel and tradition. He relates several anecdotes about Ibn Arabi and recites a Sufi traveling song. (Continues on 91P150)
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, The temporary autonomous zone or the pleasures of disappearance, July, 1990. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
First half of a Peter Lamborn Wilson (aka Hakim Bey) lecture on the temporary autonomous zone, or the pleasures of disappearance. Wilson looks at the ways in which individuals and groups have created alternatives or found refuges from dominant repressive social realities. He gives examples of groups who created islands of autonomy in repressive cultures, such as pirates and colonists who joined the colonized...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, The temporary autonomous zone or the pleasures of disappearance, July, 1990. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
Second half of Peter Lamborn Wilson's lecture on the temporary autonomous zone, or the pleasures of disappearance. Wilson looks at the ways in which individuals and groups have created alternatives or found refuges from dominant repressive social realities. He also examines how artists and writers have achieved temporary autonomous zones in terms of creativity, linguistics, and thought processes. Wilson concludes by proposing strategies for consciously creating temporary autonomous zones as a st...
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[audio]Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture, Woman in the wilderness, July, 1993. - Wilson, Peter Lamborn
A Peter Lamborn Wilson lecture on utopian communities in America, including a 17th century community of mystics founded by Johannes Kelpius and known as The Society of the Woman in the Wilderness. Wilson divides communities into two types: platonic (based on an authoritarian, usually Christian, ideology) and anti-platonic (based on autonomy and equality). He evaluates communities according to how they perceive nature and wilderness, putting his discussion in the context of the differences in out...
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[audio]Peter Orlovsky Poetry for Dumb Students June 1981 - Orlovsky, Peter
First class of seven taught by Peter Orlovsky in series titled, Poetry for Dumb Students. Orlovsky reads the poetry of Nikolai Klyuev. Students then read their own poetry followed by brief discussions as a class.
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[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rose, Amanda; Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
Third and final part of a Peter Rowan concert at the Naropa Institue. Rowan sings "Panama red" and joins in a song with Amanda Rose Rowan, "Wings of horses." (Continued from 87P027 and 87P028)
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[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
First part of a Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance at the Naropa Institute. Taylor opens with classical guitar music. Rowan plays "Cowboys and Indians," "Wondering," "On a dusty old road," "The free Mexican airforce," "Cool springs," "Like a moth to a flame," "If you fallin'," "O here I go again," "The walls of time" and "Thirsty in the rain." (Continued on 87P028 and 87P029)
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[audio]Peter Rowan and Steven Taylor performance, July, 1987. - Rowan, Peter; Taylor, Steven
Second part of a Peter Rowan concert at the Naropa Institue. Rowan plays "Mama was a country girl," "My son, my son," "I dreamed of a home," "O Grandfather," "Sang all the songs we once sang," "No Woman, No Cry" and "In the land of the Navajo." Rowan talks about a Naropa fair and invites students on stage to sing "Brothers for life" and "Outlaw babies." (Continued from 87P027 and continues on 87P029)
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[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on squirrels on earth and stars above. - Warshall, Peter
A lecture with Peter Warshall discussing the battle to preserve Mt. Graham, its endangered Red Squirrel, and the relevant bio-politics that emerge from the issue. Keywords: ecology and literature, biopolitics
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[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on squirrels on earth and stars above. - Warshall, Peter
A lecture with Peter Warshall discussing the battle to preserve Mt. Graham, its endangered Red Squirrel, and the relevant bio-politics that emerge from the issue. Keywords: ecology and literature, biopolitics
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[audio]Peter Warshall lecture on water, June, 1995. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on water. Warshall narrates the scientific story of the origin of water on Earth, in four stages. He then describes the molecular structure of water and how it illustrates love: covalent bonds illustrate the strong bond of equal sharing; ionic bonds illustrate the weaker bond of relatedness and openness; and surface tension illustrates the principles of resiliency and light touch, receptivity and boundaries...
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[audio]Peter Warshall lecture, A Poetics of Natural Light, June, 1996. - Warshall, Peter
Peter Warshall lectures on a poetics of natural light. Warshall explains light and sight from a biologist's standpoint, showing how they are part of a several billion year process of evolution. He explicates the connections between survival and elements of light perception, including contrast, concealment, and color. Warshall sees art as a development of the uses of these elements in the animal kingdom, and relates the artist's and poet's search for beauty to the naturalist's.
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[audio]Peter Warshall lecture, Two billion years of animal sounds, June, 1999. - Warshall, Peter
A Peter Warshall lecture discussing animals sounds and the nature of music and speech. Warshall plays various animal sounds, talks about how sounds are created and the abilities of the human ear to hear sounds. He discusses a variety of related topics, including the evolution of vowels and consonants, sacred sounds and semantics.
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[audio]Peter Warshall, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Joanne Kyger, and Tom Raworth reading, June, 1999. - Warshall, Peter
A reading with Naropa faculty members Joanne Kyger, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Tom Raworth, and Peter Warshall. Many of the readings are dedicated to friends who have passed on, including Naropa teacher Rick Fields. Joanne Kyger reads from her history of the Buddhist teacher Naropa as well as a poem by Rick Fields. Dodie Bellamy reads from "The letters of Mina Harker." Kevin Killian reads his poetry including some poems written in response to the AIDS epidemic...
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[audio]Peter Warshall, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Joanne Kyger, and Tom Raworth reading, June, 1999. - Bellamy, Dodie; Killian, Kevin; Kyger, Joanne; Raworth, Tom; Warshall, Peter
A reading with Naropa faculty members Joanne Kyger, Dodie Bellamy, Kevin Killian, Tom Raworth, and Peter Warshall. Many of the readings are dedicated to friends who have passed on, including Naropa teacher Rick Fields. Joanne Kyger reads from her history of the Buddhist teacher Naropa as well as a poem by Rick Fields. Dodie Bellamy reads from "The letters of Mina Harker." Kevin Killian reads his poetry including some poems written in response to the AIDS epidemic...
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[audio]Peter Warshall, Sam Hamill, Janet Rodney, Joanne Kyger, and Andrew Schelling panel, June, 1995. - Hamill, Sam; Kyger, Joanne; Rodney, Janet; Schelling, Andrew; Warshall, Peter
A panel on dharma and eco-poetics with Janet Rodney, Sam Hamill, Joanne Kyger, and Peter Warshall, chaired by Andrew Schelling. The panel discusses the information age; busy-ness and doing nothing; the ecology of paper production; nature, and conscientious objection to overpopulation and capitalism; English language nature writing; and the disconnection from nature in English language poetry. A question and answer period concludes the panel.
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[audio]Philip Whalen class in Allen Ginsberg's spontaneous poetics series. - Whalen, Philip
A class by Philip Whalen in Allen Ginsberg's "Spontaneous Poetics" series. Whalen discusses Ben Jonson, primitive peoples and poetries, and names. (Continued on 76p062). Keyword: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, preliterate culture, oral literature, Buddhism
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[audio]Philip Whalen class in Allen Ginsberg's spontaneous poetics series. - Whalen, Philip
A class by Philip Whalen in Allen Ginsberg's "Spontaneous Poetics" series. Whalen discusses Ben Jonson, primitive peoples and poetries, and names. (Continued on 76p062). Keyword: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, preliterate culture, oral literature, Buddhism
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[audio]Philip Whalen class n Allen Ginsberg's spontaneous poetics series. - Whalen, Philip
A class by Philip Whalen in Allen Ginsberg's "Spontaneous Poetics" series. Whalen discusses Ben Jonson, primitive peoples and poetries, and names. (Continued from 76p061). Keyword: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, preliterate culture, oral literature, Buddhism
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on 18th century literature - Whalen, Philip
First half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing 17th and 18th century English literature and worldview, focusing on the works of James Boswell, Ben Jonson, Jonathan Swift, and Alexander Pope. (Continues on 84p043.) Keywords: New American poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on 18th century literature - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing 17th and 18th century English literature and worldview, focusing on the works of James Boswell, Ben Jonson, Jonathan Swift, and Alexander Pope. (Continues on 84p043.) Keywords: New American poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on 18th century literature - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing 17th and 18th century English literature and worldview, focusing on the works of James Boswell, Ben Jonson, Jonathan Swift, and Alexander Pope. (Continued from 84p044.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on 18th century literature. - Whalen, Philip
Second half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing 17th and 18th century English literature and worldview, focusing on the works of James Boswell, Ben Jonson, Jonathan Swift, and Alexander Pope. (Continued from 84p044.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on Alexander Pope - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing Alexander Pope's life, and the cultural context of his work. Whalen reads and discusses several works by Pope, including "The Heathen to His Departing Soul," "The Dying Christian to His Soul," "A Rondeau," "An Epistle to a Doctor ofDivinity...," and "The Dunciad." (Continues on 84p043.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literatur.
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on Alexander Pope - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing Alexander Pope's life, and the cultural context of his work. Whalen reads and discusses several works by Pope, including "The Heathen to His Departing Soul," "The Dying Christian to His Soul," "A Rondeau," "An Epistle to a Doctor of Divinity...," and "The Dunciad." (Continued from 84p042.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on Alexander Pope. - Whalen, Philip
Second half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing Alexander Pope's life, and the cultural context of his work. Whalen reads and discusses several works by Pope, including "The Heathen to His Departing Soul," "The Dying Christian to His Soul," "A Rondeau," "An Epistle to a Doctor of Divinity...," and "The Dunciad." (Continued from 84p042.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literature
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[audio]Philip Whalen class on Alexander Pope. - Whalen, Philip
First half of a class with Philip Whalen discussing Alexander Pope's life, and the cultural context of his work. Whalen reads and discusses several works by Pope, including "The Heathen to His Departing Soul," "The Dying Christian to His Soul," "A Rondeau," "An Epistle to a Doctor ofDivinity...," and "The Dunciad." (Continues on 84p043.) Keywords: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, 17th and 18th century literatur.
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